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Cheers! Drinking every day IS good for you, say scientists as landmark study finds a regular tipple can cut...

It was news greeted nationwide with a chorus of 'I'll drink to that!'… a scientific report last week suggesting that light-to-moderate boozing slashes the risk of an early death by a fifth. It followed dozens of other studies that seemed to suggest drink

Saturday, 22:54 in Health

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte faces race against time to bolster his squad with Fernando Llorente and Danny...

Antonio Conte uses laughter disarmingly well. On Friday he broke into a manic and threatening giggle when Diego Costa's comments about being treated like a criminal were put to him. But a month ago, sat in Beijing's Intercontinental Hotel, having just si

Saturday, 22:47 in Sport

SALLY HAMILTON: The cruel cost of the current student fees system and its exploitative rates of interest

My ‘Room 101’ list would include earphone-wearing pedestrians with no spatial awareness and people who ‘reach out’ to me with press releases. But high up there is the ‘back to school’ advertising bombarding families even before the summer term’s prize-gi

Saturday, 22:44 in Business

PREMIER GLOBAL ALPHA GROWTH: Fund avoids big tech 'FANGs' but sinks teeth into suppliers

The internet of things – where devices ranging from mobile phones and high-tech cars to fridges and smart energy meters are connected and can communicate with each other – is already changing the way people live.  In the not too distant future we may all

Saturday, 22:44 in Business

Construction giant Carillion to plunge out of FTSE 250 as it prepares to launch emergency fundraising

Construction giant Carillion is on course for demotion from the FTSE 250 as it prepares to launch an emergency fundraising. The builder and engineering firm had a turnover of £5.2billion last year and employs 43,000 staff. But its market capitalisation h

Saturday, 22:44 in Business

Growth slows for Martin Sorrell’s advertising giant WPP

Sir Martin Sorrell’s WPP advertising group – which counts HSBC, Vodafone, Ford and Coca-Cola among its clients – is likely to report slow growth for the first half of the year when it unveils results on Wednesday. The consensus forecast among analysts is

Saturday, 22:44 in Business

Austerity was a blunt mistake and Brexit can’t cure these self-made ills, says SIMON WATKINS

The 21st Century has so far been quite a ride. From the dotcom bubble and crash, to the financial meltdown, austerity, a Eurozone crisis and Brexit. The financial meltdown of 2007-2008 was in part a result of the dotcom crash and the policy responses to

Saturday, 22:44 in Business

Former Clinton Cards boss loses £915,000 as new firm iCandy folds

The entrepreneur who gave his name to Clinton Cards lost almost £1million when his second greetings card business collapsed this year. A creditors report for iCandy Cards and Gifts, a chain that had 14 outlets across Essex, Suffolk and Hertfordshire, sho

Saturday, 22:44 in Business

Simplify pension charges, say employers as majority prefer the idea of a fixed-charge cap

Most independent businesses would like to see all workplace pension charges set up under auto-enrolment as a capped, all-in-one fee, says a study. A survey of 300 small firm owners and managers turning over up to £5million a year found that 83 per cent o

Saturday, 22:44 in Business

Platform for small firms to sell online opens tech centre in Portugal to sidestep problems created by Brexit

A fast-growing website that provides a virtual shop window for 300 small British companies is opening a technology centre in Lisbon to sidestep problems created by Brexit. Trouva – founded in London by Mandeep Singh and Alex Louizu – believes a foothold

Saturday, 22:44 in Business

MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Lights and action from historic firm T Clarke electrifying Britain

In 1881, Tommy Clarke fitted out the world’s first electrically lit public building, the Savoy Theatre in Central London. Eight years later, the young entrepreneur opened a shop, T Clarke, in Knightsbridge and the firm has been operating under the same n

Saturday, 22:44 in Business

Star 'vlogger' Zoella boosts cosmetics firm SLG as turnover is set to pass £40m barrier

Video blogging sensation Zoella is boosting turnover at cosmetics firm SLG, which expects to pass the £40million barrier this year. The company is behind the Zoella Beauty range for the British fashion and beauty vlogger, who has notched up around a bill

Saturday, 22:44 in Business

Unmasked: The most common travel scams - and how to avoid them

It is not just beachside bag snatchers that holidaymakers need to worry about – much bigger losses come from pickpocketing companies and scammers trying to overcharge you from the moment you book a trip abroad. Banks, airlines and car hire firms have bec

Saturday, 22:44 in Business

Business rates agency set to lose 75% of senior staff despite pressure to help firms struggling with their...

The Government is poised to announce a swathe of job cuts at the department responsible for overseeing business rates, despite rising pressure on the organisation to help firms struggling with their bills. Three-quarters of the Valuation Office Agency’s

Saturday, 22:44 in Business

American tourists splash out in UK as sterling slides after Brexit referendum

American tourists are pouring into Britain on an historic spending spree as a result of the pound’s slump since June last year. The US currency has reached historic highs against sterling, making it far cheaper for Americans to stay in the UK, eat in exp

Saturday, 22:44 in Business

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